A REPORT detailing the council’s strategy for supporting Reading’s looked after children will be considered at a meeting of the Adult, Children’s and Education Committee next week.
AN INDEPENDENT inspection of Reading’s Youth Offending Service has described the workforce as “competent and committed” with a good knowledge of their children and young people.
READING’S Library Service has received a grant of £26,950 to deliver a series of theatre shows at its libraries, starting in October this year and running over two years.
RESIDENTS can join in the Queen’s 90th celebrations by throwing their own street birthday bash in mid-June, without having to pay for a road closure.
WORK to build Reading’s biggest cycle parking hub – with space for around 600 bicycles – is progressing well.
With the countdown to the eagerly anticipated 2016 Beat the Street underway, attention is now turning to the results from last year’s competition and the impact it has had on activity in the borough.
AN EVENT to recognise the invaluable work of Reading’s children social workers was held this week.
VOTERS in Redlands and Mapledurham wards are being given forward notice of changes in their local polling stations on Thursday May 5th, for both the Borough and Police & Crime Commissioner elections.
The service at The Willows care home in South Reading has been rated good by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
GROUPS and organisations across the town are to share a reduced funding pot of £2.145m over the next two years to help the Council narrow the gaps which exist between communities in Reading, and ensure that funding is directed at those in most need of support. The overall level of funding has been significantly reduced […]